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' iVilr llutKlrn! jtmrs i, i : n , ,
I "j.fa Grrmuii city, tlfrc sat ;i n m .
in siK-nl mcilitniinn. IL wan ilo:ic, v, :th
J w )ih tb-jhts rind iln-urn of r.ry. A.
lr j htm wer threw n l- .'( II. .;f,i wish
. 4 1-.i.')t irniieA on ! tmn. tlc;);t lSf but xvii'i
letters of ilu- r stiri " u!j.h ..b':t. D fun;
'i'un lay on oncicni fn:inucrit, nJ L ii.lt- it
"tt f ;jifJ copy.' Ii was th.-rii pr' ' I Bi.
V,. -i the Dok of-Lif'!; th buruh, Js
f iJu-rrppbaBiii.iriv-soft.t.ln;. iroiniho bou,,(Jtd aay'o3ain in; :.noj!u-r Uircc
r.lu! inrn grnp iJT tia inapt: nisiruiui-nt hosc
:remcr linn thai
t.T the act-pin! 'r sw
' 4if .n.lu-fir -jtint Juno . iii oi.w . . . t.ij l. ,
m ue rtil has portrayed it, w:n opeu'ntthe
r V(i.?H,' "And thai tens. light". And as he
-rd'na iV:atrjh-iie rutence, nnd seemed
I. : i!n .n fffi-Niw. ot ambition, we wigtit ima -"
C -J there, nt .tint still midnight iiour(,
f J". t " -. .
t . ben,,ath lhe.l unpa dim light, he saw far!
enward irrwic paihol corning lime, the honor
givrn lo his memory ; we might suppose thai
i.o f.lt, tTi;-4is at the-1 morning of Crcntinn,
, 'U in ttffrst Kplcndor broke upon primeval
(' uliricrt' HI Iho mnndalf nl Ojiniootpnrr
c'ukV.ert at the mandate ol Ojiniootence".
- i ven'fto then. in (lhu) d.uk clvtrr.ber, and at
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i'..c Call of GrriitMj the light of Troth, had
t'-vti 14 pour its bta;.-i on all ihc" world," as
frre and fidt'less os the light of 'heaven.
:t it wa not so. . Although, ho Ioo.!i d up
thutsicnd volurnt'f heft.lt th" pti-ud cyn'
-i'xwnc s tint he had cou!errtd on man a
; u-at 'nnJ lasting bn)'-fit yefhc kncw'nui
. -:J Jrcamrd not f the , p-twer wliich futun
' r "vs were (iesiini d ! i!evt-lipr in t!:'-: tri-mciK
.'.'Us xTgine he had forged.- lie. dared tft
! jK? tint the rude offspring of his own unfet."
u .ti d thought should prove the mightiest in the
! and of civilization. Yet there, in that lone
tiiliut cell j. thoretin thu mystic .recesses oi
i.jfj htlo lunwan mind; orrred 4cranT
crtVcue in ou n'.al disnithralttnt, ihe pfoud
t era in lite history of hum (i(improvcn1 nt..
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More than three hu tidied yrul ago a frail
end storm worn bark, wus stiuinrini; onward
through-the. vvhum-j ol Afe wide( All-rtic.--11
lie' ploughed the waves of ui 'unknown sea.
.' To sailed iii gloom, where hitman eyes h id
' "Vir gf'Zfd beh-re. . Her only 'guidjes were
k : suirs, of heaven, and" the conipjss, yvr
; isming to the polo with, it inysterwus finder.
1 t-spair was resting like a, pall, ort-jdl. ih
1 -arts she bore, save ooo. Columbus sood
; uo her bounding prow, ilh bis eye
illocuming with the light of hope "be.nt on
iiU boyhotids reveries: tho Yull rejihzitioii
of his manhoodV drearns I.. For vert while
he guzed he caught, far irVjtito west, the to.
ken of his Jriuinpl n liglY-fuinllv filckeTing
in .the dirk horizon. For a jnorenl hcsi
JtAled, fearing that he saw n star -jusfainking
tii its ocen pillow ; but To, it was t' e day
jstar cf lus glorious delinj." - He nea.i . J those
tinfcnoVn "show ; ke h-aped pon ih strand;
end as he bowed in thanksgiviny, iin-'-J.is
: wondering welcomers, he seemed t- let I that
, .hough disgruci and gloom should follow 1m
'declining years, yet the blv.U sttp from t!. .t
if rail bout to th shore of that Strang- l.u.
lnin mighty stride tn tho stately march uf
Jiuman improvement," ' f '
. 6uchwero-lwo oflhs ir-t i -morable
-ernes in iho h"tstry fl"'! 1 1 I-zition.
a hey m steps 'ihafwill reiv. ;res- d on
.he sund.s vC twie, 4lio plainci luid-r..
ill cor.r. j ages:- Tl.'ay ' 1 ;' Jf ;
inJ rr.cr"y to irsu.ct,... ;
has burst the fetters cf i'.3 f -
now .rejoices in. tl.j f... ex-rci..3.cr ;, j -
;ike'po-Ci'..- Ti'.dwcll3 t:j nwrc: ly.' - '
m'inrl- rrr in rr U tl. J i ecrtl3 Ot 1.-3 V-
, every P"-r-
."nosts'.r;. j are cow v
. io western sky. . ueinnu mm w.is " "'"''thtjrgilns, willwn wlnch lfer cn be no frie
i -j memories unfits around him ws th .- ?jngU.lP poopic.'I joined . the cor.
waste iif waters niTbeforu hi not u ud, after ,ncceding fur some time tu
Jroary blank'.not the rhfra expanse of blend. lho' 0 f Ui rs picl u r e s qi io g roup , ' T per.
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m e and sky , but the fairy land uiai IU U cetved the hioked-for iravuHets a
3r. ' .
Its co-jr1"! .'-I us ever on
. -r . 'ir': rlcrsi in th:
!'. e,f i - iorar"
tr'-'.h ! r vcr
; -i r
ii t c ;....n
1 's n'-t f r !
in r .wr.t, t! r '
, thror-'a '
fy vu. ;,
(3;-.;;, n t of
lir.t, 3 it !.: r;
"sn'nt cu:;trrtit ti
jr;f nvcr. About
!- -right of ih
tun at immiin(j!fi--trrffit and inst:-.:1'
started h puraui:. Vifu:rii ininuteV rinv
bn-'-'bt t!f near cnuuli .j discover, l y
--stlsni irrouldMijbo"4.-! butr.l.i, jet it
m large? fur on 'Antt-Iopu or fi deer.
On wc ivpntand stjon'disthiuishoil the "crcci
It'-ad, the (iwi- nrnne. and the heau,.irnt i,m.;
, Hirtiuni-yf lite, wi!J horse ' , prati ';
lie saw uj'; tinJ ho uped1 owny . .... in arrowy
.r,o f ,i:...- '
mtinn ' t.i i.l . I . C . 1 .
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with a jjrncpfui ve.c'ity ddi:htful to hcl ' I
Wc -paused, for to pursiuj hint w ith a view i.
capture Twas ri.tirt ly out of the q-irstion.
Whence discovered wo wvre i)ot following
him, ha also paused, nud nuw seemed to by
jjispired with curiosity rquajl'to our wn';."or
oficr-'making' a. idrn. ' hc came nearer,
HfilU wo could disfinguiih.rho nqairing rx
.trcss!on of his clear, bright dye nnd the juielt
curlof Ids iuflatcd notrih. ;,Wc had no hopes
IP catching and did wrt 'ifUhlto 4;il!; but
curhisiiy-Jed us to approacji him slowly.
We, ha.!' not advu need far before ho moved
findfhtcling rouiul, approached oh the
jer hide. , fl w as a beautiful creature, sor.
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re.i, wnn y- uiaCK, inane OJICJ laii. Ai o
oriveu, wq ould see. thq musics qcivcrjniis
glosjliinlp,' apJ Whenpvilf I1 pT.iy f ul and hall
iri frii'hf, l)olo,sst'4hin.iwing munu inihe,air,
and fl.uuhjfTg. his Jong silky t-iil, -our ti'hi.ira
tiorr'iuiew no bewud, and lonrd, hope.
ely vexatious!, longed to fhssesf him.
AVo" might biviJhot hitn where ho stcwd;
but had we been tarvjng, wj could scareely
have done it. ".lie was fret, and u chived
him for l!io Tory pjsscfioij jof that, liberty
we longed "lo lake frrfm. 'hufil'bul wo woald
not kill' him. , We'ilrwl aj,cfle ove'r jhi
Ilo heard the shut und.lho whiz of. the
b;ill, and away-hc went iJisapeanng in.the
next itolow, showing ldmstf again vas he
crossed, the distant Yidges. slil scero'ng sitial
lef, untifhe fju'ed way to n speck on iheJfar
torizin's verge". Krnntdtt'sTexas. .' . . I .
Arabian I'ilSrlwis to Mecca, t
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, A let te from Algiers 3. contains the follow.
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'I.have just, witnessed a ceremony very"
ewrioui lo JSuropean eyes thd return to their1
families of" tho Caravan of.'pilgyms. to iM-fer-Pa!!
J Their approach had been! announced ion
he previous day, nnd ihe whole Arab p('pu.
laijon went out to meet thiMi), some on horse,
back , others on foot , with tlit i r wives an I
ehjldreti,- komc of them parried fl iof vh
J10U3 colors, uncKmany "of Hhcm kept firing oil
The whole party," w4th wlmm I, was,1 com.
menccd singing, or raiheVshuLiting, in cha.
i rus -'O pilgrims, in ipe II usi of Gi'kI, have
vou seen the prophet onrte itast High?'. 1 We
have seenhim, and we. It It him. at Mecca;
ho lhere prays,' fasts, performs his ablutions,
rnd reads thsdudv bowks,, was ihe rcplv.
After which thy hastened lo salute them, to
kiss ihcirfrments, rfhd to olTer them hospi
tality. Happ . wahe who could entertain
them, in order, Jo jdraw down on his tent the
b'.rssir-'j ef. thu; .A II Powerful.-'; Each of tht
Pilgrnrvs had brought from Jklccea'sinall chap
lets i which lhv distributed to llieir VL.atnns
and also phials filled with water of Uirzem
zen, a f : rr.tuin in tho Iloty jllouse. ; This
water is kept to sprinkle over the holy deud.
The At ' v-GrsiJer the journey to be attend.
,.sj ,v; 1 t'.irer, as tha road is infested
c-;;'jr. - rs nr.J the expedition .occupies from
: i !vr f.'-'rn r.: , during wl.wh lip -
' -y 1 . " - ships to uriJcTi,
i c:. l-v,- ' - f v ' ;'h l'iey fc'iweverhope
: l: t'..i rr.ca;. of t'.-.cir ' obtaining pardon
r.nh-if su-.i" "v. r
Tl - Inii.) -tiled the illsofSt. Anthony,
in t! 2 Mi?--'. , i river, ZIc-s hi hc wa:
ier twt,- - i c : ; r i.
Do . h:i3 i'-.vj !lv:cl; j'-t rc-ard not
wh a i.Ed of it. EjcucusI tilth desemng
prai, uri your posterity s-hall rejutco in
i.catirg it- . - I : y
r .- '"T T1" C vc'l v.'i3 arrested at. Nfw
C t ans ' idayaslncc.for r.tf .r; 'to &; U
a frc l." ' -'med l, to a gc.oj.
vr . c' Ds'.vV!l i?. Irrn North
Cari na, r... J P .'3 V7orl:cJ for him as a cN
vant. U14",";;-'-'" v ' ' ""' IV ';:,;'"TV"PV "i: !
i VV ii
"Tha fira i ar-"iT oH,! said an old
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v, ti I
ly omeiiiis!ics i.f its i
dutiesj'nr.J di'V(t, j I ir
Lis p ipr:- w i!
thfit ;i 5'jns:b' 'L - .
rr !.::;.! inc.". )
roTTru' t s!'iv ir i -.
urui: j-ari of editing a f i, a !l
ponion ( f the work. The industry is r.l - . .1
shown i' n The - ire rmplo)cdin &e.
itctin Pir tiorc ! jKjrtanl-ahiTthtr inct
of a good Kditnr is '.ttter shwrt by hisselcc.
tinn lliat iiny hinp: dsn, ondihat wc alf know,
. I3ut r.s we hare snid, nn
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M, i.t.ir oi':;l.t fule s.t: ... ited nnd hi labors
t:l1'!'-'-:'"" nndiif; rcciatcdby thogenertd con-
i'- nuns its manliness 'rifv its pro,
j ; :-tv To preserve iheso os they should be
pr served, is enough to occup)' fully ihe lime
J iittentwn of any man. If io this bciidded
the general suprrvision of the newspaper estab
lishment, which most EJIjors have to encbun.
icr, t! ..dei is how ihey can find time or
room "lo write atallP. . - .
The Primer Ten Comma ntl- :.
J' -inc ntS:'y::f
I.yThou shall love' tho printer for4 he is
the standard of thy country, "
i 2. 'lr,u! Vhalt subscribe to hii paperfor
hb seekelh'mu'.'h to obttin news, ofwhich
yp may nt re.nr.u'u ;gnorant. " ;
. 3. Thou .halt pav lutn for his nnncr for
he laborclh hard to "give yc the news indue
se&son. . .
'4. Tivvj shilt ndvertie that he may v
abb V give ye tho paper. v - ' '
.-.5. Thou t.h:ijt not iisit him, regardless of
his jfiiec rules-deranging the pap r.
C. :Thoii idjalc toii' h nothing that will jiiv-f
the prntcr trouble thiTtie m'ay not hold thee
guilty. - - - -
7. Thou shall-n'ot read tho manuscripV-'tn
the hands of tle Gmpositor fr he will hold
l!i r eld-unefur.
fi. .Thou shall not seek the news before it
isJrinted f i'ihe will iiive it ou in due tiific.
!i f; -' n ; -
0. Thou shale ask him but few questions oj
things in the "iL'Uiccrom it, thou'shalt ' tell,
nuihfpg. . 1, " v
;10.-Thou .shall Aot s'cn;l abusive and threat,
curg "tetters to he editor "
' ' WcCoIlbch' ,tiap. -
I . " The ground ; w?iefo Maj.- Smuel M'Gd.
loch took the Krfi leap- to avoid being . jnade
pi iiyrec.by'irTe Indnns, is but a few rods from
V heeling, aiid yet such is the negligence of
those who inhabit lho scenes fft'-great exploits,
th st we venture the remark thai not one dozen
men have thought of M.ijor M'ColIoch, or
been upon lho table land, from which thai leap
was takeu.diTmig jUo lal jear." ;
It was on th 27ihnf Sejicmtwr 1777," thai
Fort Ihmry was; nliacked by Indiana, led on
hy the notorious Simon Giriy. The, ludjans
were estimated at about five hundred warriors
The fori coniained at first but forty-two fight
inginen, of these twenty. three wcre kilfed
iii ihe corn. field be law the hdl before the
attack on i!ic' fort.-:The siege 'of the nrt was
sustained by these '19. nu n, until, the next
morning about Iday light, when Muj. McCol.
loeh' brought 4'J, in j'jr.'eJ -mcS from Short
creek to their rejlicf. " r - '"'.'
Tho g vt'o of i3 lorl was thrown open and
MeCoi:Jchij men, though closely b.-set by the
Indians, entered the fort in safety. M Col.
loch, like a brave oEHeer, was "lb?, last wan,'
and he 13 cul oil from his men and nearly
ijrrou L.Jed by the Indians. He wheeled and
galloped towards the hill, beset -ihe whole
way Ly Indians who ir.; '. 1 have killed hnnj
but who ivisheJ lo take i.o.i rJie, that they
rr.:';ht wreak tlvir vcrcca j j , .r,t.ic-
torily upon cms of lho bra.- : r- r: i t mz
ccssful Indian fighters c.i .". .." ... He
Y resumed ho teu'J ridc'alorg tl.j i"J, fr. 1
jhus make his, way aii:Ho Cl.ort crct-k, but
on arriving at1 tho top he v - - headed by a
hundr ! savages, on thevest iliey were ga
ihcring thick bid fast up ihe hid, n:-opg tl..
tree3and bushes, while ihc riuin body Wt-re
following h; : ' ithV .
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." lie was - ' on all sides i;.2 Ij'-st,
wl.rct! . almost r . criJIc-I-ir,
and the L. t ft" a creek lay H'.ie a gu.f r.e.ir
CCD foe. I .im.-Th:3 tea, would have
Len pr::: i by the.ca-L:.rs savage bvrl
th -jutii-g crags cf Ihpcitcr.j slate, for
I .Jo h: irr.lt or d. "?r.Jir? itpvea ori foot,
urJ.thry ('i tut f-r i -r.t su, posa, tl
ihofeark.-sl j:s..r.na or hijh nettled steed
eould. iuryiya l! - I: .p if' r.-.-Jo. DjI with
the Mnjor it" v. j.s but a char.ca cf d?ath, and
a n-rnnv c'.iarxe tf I!.rv II? cho. like a
brave man. " Sitting hirr.:-!f back in r is nd-
. i ii .,...j,i.iti.. - ; .a:.
. . . . . , - J . W
h n:i i::.:r.- lot lime, tha' I.Jl:.i..-
rroital Lo, i !::::; darirg net ii.ey
. ! . looked tin uith I urrcr v
- j s'i'l sifefy s" ! '
c rcc !;
' T! :-r ttvlt : ..
sj c; i...u or s... j !'.r'.',
: : -- ' n t:.:s : ( ; :: c
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in the s( lev:! fn ruiite For a r'urir
L- t Ic".-t c.r.ou!;ing our case and conve
- Vkcr7i"T Times. '
A doerl ffry lo Cod!:? r::a
WZzo Ijuvc batl.t,::, ::.
h is often told of General (mi cr.e, of the
httle Ltate i,l lUiodo Island, f : ' ;e he was!
independent f all final: '., ' :i capital
knack of s-t)ihing t!.j L.ipp ' .. f;f Jj.
ftoa.nn-fi.Jat.-s for o.-o ; ;i:.J, on such oc
ensions, he used lo fell a fa-roioo Sorv, iu a
ftiylo or inimitable humor, whch recmciled
every body v. ho happened ci have had n
dish ot ill fortune. Tho substance of the
story, is this, though the -zet with' which
r. u ii ..'' .i V-
s luiu.siave in llie -South, meat
was a rare blessing, one day fount! in his trap
a plump rabbit.r lie took. him ouj ulivejiyld
him under hisjirm, patted him, aiid began to
speculate on his qualities. j
Oh, howVa; f Berry fat'l ;nc fattest I
ebbcr did see ! Let me see how I cook him!
I. broil him! Nohe so fat he lose all he
grease. I fry him ! -Ah, jes I he so berry
la , he fry himself. Golly! how fat he bt!
o, I .won't fry htm. I sjeiv him!"
The thought of ihi? savory stey made the
negro forget hi nself, and in spreading out the
feast in his imagination, hid arm ' relaxed,
when o(T hupped the, rabbit, nnd Vquitting at
a goodly distance, lie eyed his lat,e. owner with
co;.l composure. - . j... ( '
The negro i;njw there was the jcn l of the
sicw, and summoning up nlT his. jlliilosophy,
he thusadd'rei-sed thy rabbit, at ihe'same time
baking his Hti at him. " r
" You long-eared, w hite.whiskered, red.
eyed son of. n gun, you no so berry xd n
TAff Biler , Biltcn.Sumo one li s told an
anecdot3T something' like this. A "ambler
challenged jnld pilot on tho Mississippi to
phry a game of Too.. TlieTaTLmrw-Wos
much "-for h'im,"nn 1 bled him to the tune of
"630 in sfwrt metre.
VNowV'Vaid blackleg, - I"I! bet you 030
against the v9 you havo just ooiuhut I cati
turn 3Uf jack the first trying."1 , ;
ever. mind,1' &aid ;!io pilot, 'Met's have
a ha nd !at Ki!d sledge ; yen can easily get all
yotir'-money'bacA at that." ,' , . -
But stvar from this, in a fewr bauds the
gnmblerwas minus fifty more;, when he1 of-
fered trbet $It)l) that ho could tUrA iipj'igk."
: - V-cry we., go ahead. "
. Qcr went ihcjwholc pick.
y WtIlt".saWthe wrunblcf,'! reckon ther? s
a Jack up.1,- . "' '-'" ' -. L'J
Norihat you limwa'aald iho pilot, 4fr
while we were at old sledge, : J stole all the'
;..b'"v - v V .
The blackleg had run against a snagjVnd
he wasn't jpsured.!
Zree of Gail. The Americans arc prorcrbialljr
fond of gain- and many anecdotes' arc toM of the!
unscruputoHs avidity with, which thcy;p ;r : r iy
path which leads lu rirhes. - Dat it is s well " estab
lished fact, that u-"-' .ciplcd bcin; t -irl- ' -" 'l
of all nations, J.- jvill-bc induced Ly lho 7. A :of
gain to pursue wjlh glee, th- rv)st disiwtin e;,r;loy
ricr.tsTcj.lojiariits'whw. arc revolting and dis
gncef.'.lt3 human nature. And how .many thou.
E irjils, n-:)-, j.aiWofitofhnnnnJkcmgsitroton'y gain
llieir very s ubsTslcnce from, but fatten oii tlhc misc..
rics of others. ' ! .- '" ' r" 1
' During the great plagac which roged ill Dassorah
in the year 1773, when three hundred and 'seventy.
five thousand perished, during the summer season,
through the viole nce of distemper, ah English gcr..;e
tnan who, resided at Dassorah at lhat li..Jn:,prcscrp
cd himself from infection by retiring with his goods
and mcrcjanjitfsc tojJLadJat winrrc tip raTcfuIly"
"iTvohJed any d;rcct coi-juuieatio'i with. tho iiihabi.
lants. , Cut not wish tag to remain idle -during the
reln of the pcbli'ence,- and having h-To quantify
of Bengal cotton, he sold it lo the ',feop' to "Wrap
the dead in. llic price he demanded, and it was
proportioned to t'"'- .'istress'orthc raiscraf)! inhabi
tantp, 'xns put into a basket, which was (hauled op
by a r , - to hia ware room, from which, apcr under.
o'-tt a certain disinfectuigprocc.8, it wai transfer,
r. 1 ta his vault. Jand the basket vfa again lowered
.;.h iUc proportionate i'J:intity ,uf cloth, n ihe
eourse vf tlic.sarnroer be accumulated aihandsorae
f.-rt r.cby disposing in this nianncr ofrfy lhav
sail ir.'-. '-"Z s.heeti.-r?ston Journal. ' . ' : - !
.'".pcJj'j AUxa" ' r JIiutc.'KTlic following
anecdote, recorded c "s (::! ;"jruishcd man in CJcn.
Vi!kinsons memoir-, - la a strong' light -his
extreme fiacity as a z -ry co'anscllojr; . : ,
Afi had bee 3 Zz'. .1 by G-a. We-ainglnj
1..3 r-"t!-!i er-v hy ii . Yc-rlv, fcr scbin-
."r thea thcVEnghsb
3 considered, tjctcrniin-
cion, and on the pjlr.ttT L Trjt into execution,'
when Hamilton v -'-3 to Jen. Washi"Jt'
that although it raight ...:,r.r.jrrat.-.:t -' 3
a favorable impression, he was cf c;'.r:or.i - .t -f
more advantageous to tha er. - kja
.cans, ir.-- -- :::3t t --- . x .
mearn&r-r.-:.. i' . - 't . , . .
4 t.C I
i Id tako a 'j c. 1
2 haaric and impaticat.-
. Halloa, Ca..'- -I" '. '- ' ,
- Cumin j ilJia-J?Mi -" , ;
' Nol I li.oujht maybe somcboJy vuuM bs
travelling to lay i!cur and I'd just ax yoa." .
'Tl'ellcnry Cry fav'a snort and a Jangi, enough
to burst her boilers, as slm turned on Lir kctland
got -under way ojain: tlio great "unhanged
hr-man sweating that she had 116 accomuioda.
ti -cr. ' ' , . -- " ' -v
t 4 t.iia Luf.1.; had nearly forgotten llie incitL- ',
when f&lUs' dislanco frtm GIargn'.Y, the jncr.t
saiih not wh.-re a man was cl "rvcJ t'.u."ni .
the river bank, beckoning, as - li m !, ...,0t feci.
ingly, first with ono hand and then with tho other,
b.'ulingtuc air before his face, and loolvi"-r verj in.
tently towards the boat. Ajin the pn tile Henry Pry
fetched a circuit of some half a mile, and come in.
i Halloa ! stravr, what da you want ?' - -
"What in Ihf h (' J you inako fciri:s for ?" '
Only Vcrpinj the mutquiloes off to sco what
M' A word to l;rmcrs,; i
ken in the
New, - York ,'Tiibunc.- ; In relition to deep
p'oiighingi that journal says
As io deep Ploughing, all science, nU prac.
tier, all auihotity recoir i.d it, at; 1 yi t
thn-e.furihs of "our fari.:.-is perit io skim
1 , - , . 4
ming ttieir land over from five to ti-Lt inIi."
es deep, or not half what is required. We
saw fi. Id after field uf corn which will not
yield. l n bushels lo the arce, (and poor slufTi
al thai) which might have L.t v.
tHcntj by deep Ploe'iing alone. Of course,
one car" woul 1 not exhibit all the benefit cf
ihis fulture; thouli even the first year, if a
dry one, would hhuw its decided advantage ;
hot let land havo time to gel used to Deep
Ploughing, and it will tell you plainly how it
relishes that treatment. And . the man who
plows deep is pretty apt to put something else
itilo t'.ie soil Us well as iron. IIi will have
muck and peat from his swamp holes and a
noble compost heap near his burn. .
-iAVJieiiiLlnTriers complain, nnd most trut
ly', that they can makco:lTnig"ljyrttTttr buu
ncss and this while. they are paying taxes','
kec)ing up fences, -and perhaps paying mort. I
gage" interest, on twice as much land .as thr y i
can cultivate wc-U and htting half , of it go
from year to year without tillage, without fer
tilizing and often growing Up bushes and all
manner, of mischief. - Now the.wonder is not
that such farmers do not thrive the marvel
is jlhal they manage to exist. ; Lf t any man
ufacturery mechanic or mercjia'nt do his busU.
ne'53 after this path j n, and he must . fall
ihcre is "no help for it..' . , x . ,
But must wc coneludo that bad farming has
bepo.mo invelcratotamong our, people ? that
our farmer have' resolved,-though they know
bet;ter? to hold ' twice n3 riiueii t't-j they
ran till thoroughly, and torment it ii!l it ruins
hhenr. Vo will nut give jt tip. Every firmer
wc;see admits ihe evil says be a nd his neigh.
bors.7run over too iT'ucli land, cultivate lou
slovenly are-not sufficiently wide aakc to
the march 1 of improvement,' and lny bul too
mtieh nmin strength on what could bo easier
and .bettcrido'ne by 'ihe aid of skill and sci
enee. - AlTare awarethat Ihe.y must farm bel.
ter' or br :ak ; for lho' car of improvement
moves en, and the only choice is' to ride on or
be Tun over by jt. j . . - - ' '
' !. rrc:n the North Carolina Farmer. , v
Iittcsilnji f log). . V, -
This h an important rtrlirle toihe farmers
of N. C. J. am not u ,raciica! farmer myself
bul my extensive t ravels ;jlriMfhr'lhIs State,
have Thru"" mefwTthin the! reach of many a
oild experience on this subject. - Most of the
N. C, farmers fatlen their hogs upon corn.
Corn of itself, in p. raw state, has been disco v.
ered to produce Coslivenessi and fever, after
lho animal has fed on that alone a few weeks.
To avoid these bad' effects, some have let
their hogs run at, large or in extensive j
7ure;ioget green roots, . ecc. Tii'n helps
young hogs to glow, while they increase but
little in fat. . Others have the corn tnde into
meal and wet with water ; still lbs m,a Is
subject to disease, as above fcs:rw& Some
boil their corn then, the bog but.
- ' - v. 1 Some add pota.
Ihe flesh" is not as suhJ., ?0 - V
!',. '. ' 1 fisc flain is found noto
toes: tho fat in ibises .
- . -rr.nce. farmer leforms me,
be firm. .Aocxper
, , , . fjr rr.iny years, raised a great
-V?pp"; flHl " v m,,cr'
Ci Tciy on corn and pumpkins, ar 4 ...-ver fails
Jo have the firJt quality of meat when j. 3 kills
, Yn-s This gentleman having made' a
rjrttine by Lis &kill in farming &c, I hav
Uen indjerd lo believs his experience is r J.
lj3 fat!ir03 are confined in a cjoso pe:. ; well
sjnMied v iih water, weed3, c"rr?tal!:s and a
variety cf- traehj ca that
: i.;.;;n.::?e amount oi ran
. . - - J ih ;t one ho, if kept in
x ' :.J well s-jppliei v. lilt
' i..'. , ' 1 pi'v ....jj twenty good hndj cf
: ' M m-!c ccrn and p:r.pl:nj
cr.-; .. u : '. .- t1 !;c"s ths followif? vesr. -Lethir.i
t!.M i. .ihi 'crstacJi
P. G. A very : :c 'v "uircr sys a ir.h
I turs cf weak r.r left in a vessel
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itself near tha hogs v hich .hcy-will fre
keep their -lth -' -- ''
' v BY THE. WAV,
Pljr--:h,St-pu 1, 1843, ': j . '"
Tr-J,Tcrlb Carglina r-iaaej. ;
Caution. - .
, ..ur,y Lnr.srs often lose s' jch as r,'jf ,r
sheep; cattb- &c.' Sometimes" the Li of'
such stock is ascribed tq a distemper, when in
fact a local causa. exists. But to f4$d out that , "
cause, there lies" the cimculty. Expose no r
feld to jj.t estate cxi shcept tcftrrc 'lAs cn
: rci cAfrrr ti growing , Aat Arfr ?csrf ;
r:jy l' did by the s'ock These 'cherry
: io sure poison; ft"-clally if cropped
a ..iihcrh state. I have heardof many .
ir. tap.ces of flocks of sheep, and occasionally
of cows being killed," by .being past ured abott
iheso trees. ' -:.',
rigs. I have seen a whole litter of young ;
pijs killed by eating the berries of the china,
tree. To young ph-; iliey are very -destructiveby
clodding iu t! 'lorrarh, afsd thus slop,
pirg all passagu of water or food. - "m .
I have known the charT of bearded heat to
kill whole litters of p'gs. The pigs of a farm
should never ba suffered to root among ihis.,
chaff until it has been well wet "with rain. .
BY. .THE- WAY, v '
Plymouth, Sw-pu 4:h, 18-15.'' v" ' -'
Tea in North: Carolina. It appears fronV
the September number of the S luihern Plan.
lor, lhat a' successful attempt" has been "made '
U cultivate th Cluneso tea plant, by MrN"V
Pucketl, of Lyr.csville, Granvilli2-'couniy.
Mr, P. has saved a quantity of the f - J, which '"
ho rs for sale, with dircctior.3 how to man. ' ,
j age it. lie f.nds that iheYla.nt flourishes hand. -
sonu ly in our soil aud climate, and rkes ex
cellent tea. If Mr. P.vill tleposilc a few of, -his
seed withuo, wo think we shall'be able to .
sill them for him,, which we should do i'with '-"
pleasure, as we desire, to see the plant intro!
duccd in this neighborhood. JV. C Farmer .
Great Yield cf IVooLMr Luther Smith,
, 1 .... . j, v, , , . .
of Springfield, I Mass., recently brought' into
tlnt,town from he east a lot bt, Spanish Me.;
rino sheeprfrom one of which heshearedlquK 1.
teen" pound it and from three others, ihjrty
three pounds ten ounces of wool, being of pno : -ycarVgrowth.
IV. C. Farmer.' ; :
. ""A 'Spider Catching Fish.-Tha following - - -curious
'ecc'jrix-nco was witccAScd by an sr' '
tist, a fijnd of ours, says tho Pittsburg
Chronicle, while taking a sketch,-at. a few1'
miles distant from this city,; last Tretk. -,It
strikes us as a'curious and novel incident in
the natural history of the spider. 'Our friend
had scaled himself beside a clear, limpid pool,
fed" by n smallislrcam, nnd was carelessly T
casting-small fragment of some cake upon
the water, which the numerous fish "vera,
jumping aficr . with greedy voracity, ' All at ,
once he observed a large .spider carefully
creeping down the limb of a. tiC2,which ex- -tended
into t!io. water and as ono of the nu.
mcrous fish came tn iha top for a crumb if tha
r;;I;e, the spideiseized it with great dexterhy
and carried it 'afily to j,he shore, notwiih
siandin ihe fish-was at least an "neb and jl "
nail in icnjtin. ' - . r
A. Wholesale .Poisoner. There.was n fa.
mous'-poison known in Italy during'' the 17th;
ry, Uy horn a me of Water -Tofana,'".
. , o1 poison." I It was prepared by a womarr
named Tofana", who sold it in small Cat vial.
She is said to have carried on the traffic for a .
. .. - 1 . .
long series of years, and when arrested, con., t
fesscd the poisordng of six hundred people. -The
preparation was chiefly used by married!
women who were tired of their, husbands. It -
was'as clear as waier, and five or six d..j
were' falsi,' but hot suddenly, thus avoiding
suspicion. . " .-' '
V Temperance Convention -h. has I .a unan.
imously resolved by ihe Executive C -riitiee
of the Stato .Temperance Society", to call a, ,
State Convention of the friends of the ,Temr
perance reform,, to meet in this City, on the
first Friday in December - next. -.The pre.
ceedngs of tha Committee-' will bo published
in a few days.j and e very Tempc "a nca Soci
ety in the Slate, will be urged to.ouse them. ,
selves to, actionand prepare send dele.
jrates to the Convention. Star. . ;
Improvement in: Bustles Tho - Botori
Transcript Editress,' rcorrmc.lds the imme.
diate m""'jfaclure 1 of air ii.t bustles from.
India Piubber, - . Je as to kepconstanu"
ly'b'own 1, f 3 warmth of the bodv fcx,"
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panding the air within. ' They are looked up.
ca somewhat in fhe liht of lif? preservers,
er j thsir general cperatio.i is urged, especial
ty in warm vealher,as beir, h'ghter and less
cxpsnse fhan.thosa stufT-d h old cli'.I.rs,
boots and blankets .- - ' '
Quelling and tight ' iegcro two fc:1. "
able modes of slaughter ! In th? on3 c-cs e
bullet' is ths instrument cf r!ath. l' e:h.
er a strm:
"'dro.and hli f :i Cr
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